Dr. Peter Fowler in 1979, when he was Secretary to the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (in England), wrote in Antiquity Magazine, that he has maps of sites of sunken stone walls and building ruins, with buriel cairns and tombs, off the Scilly Islands of the southwestern coast of England, off Cornwall, indicating organized agriculture and mansonry skills, that which you would expect from the bronze age, as it was.
It certainly would be interesting to see these maps, as I’m sure marine photographers would love to try to document them on film, proof that so-called Avalon was there, also known as Atlantis, but the northern portion of that maritme empire, the settlements of the tin miners whose product was one of the few sources of tin to make bronze in archaic bronze age times, which was during the Ice Age, when sea level was a few hundred feet lower, when the icepacks were piled in the highlands of England, but the coastal regions, now submerged, were near the warmer Ice Age ocean, and warmer to have caused the dense cloudcover for the intense snowfall and rainfall amounts during the Ice Age.
From the mention I read about Fowler’s work, it sounds like there are many ruins now submerged around the Isles of Scilly, a whole civilization now submerged beneath the sea, ancient Avalon, submerged circa 1500 B.C., when the Ice Age really ended, not circa 10000 B.C. when the experts say and when Plato said, but without basis.
These were the people who mined tin for huge profits, shipping their products into the Mediterranean where the tin attracted very high prices, profits for the Atlanteans, whose bronze age civilization flourished until 1500 B.C., when the sea level rose to submerge their coastal real estate. And to see how these seafaring ancients precisely measured and mapped the globe, checkout article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, the method by which the ancients surveyed the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza, establishing the lengths of the royal cubit and foot.
See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.